One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.

3/7/11

Are independent non-profit research organizations who don’t accept complimentary products for evaluation, advertisements in publications, or provide evaluations for a fee, better than for-profit research companies that do?

Should consumers breathe in the air when opening a bag of potato chips,
considering the money paid for it?

Is it better to go to a grocery store with a list,
when you’re not hungry?


Could some do what they don’t want
to get what they think they need?

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